Agrarian Issues

Harmful Recommendation

THE All India Kisan Sabha, in a statement issued on March 20, has condemned the recommendation by the Standing Committee on Food, Consumer Affairs and PDS headed by the Trinamul Congress MP Sudip Bandyopadhyay to implement the Essential Commodities (Amendment) Act, 2020. This recommendation is in ‘letter and spirit’ against the farmers and masses of our country and is an insult to farmers and the nearly 300 martyrs of the historic united kisan struggle.

AIKS Condemns PM's Odious Statement

THE AIKS, in a statement issued on February 8, has strongly condemned the statement by prime minister Narendra Modi who has insulted the protesting farmers as 'Andolan Jeevis', and 'parasites' and demands its immediate withdrawal and apology for his derogatory remarks in parliament.

AIKS said that this insult comes from a 'corporate jeevi'  prime minister whose RSS was never a part of the glorious 'andolan' of the people of India against the slavery of British rule.

Who is Spreading lies? Modi, not the Kisans: AIKS

AIKS CONDEMNS the prime minister’s resort to lies and deceit to deliberately mislead Indian farmers about Kerala agriculture and role of the Left Democratic Front government. His comments expose his ignorance about Kerala’s agriculture, this was stated by the AIKS in a press release issued on December 26.  The prime minister is either misled by his advisors or is deliberately resorting to deceit to mislead people of India. Modi has raised a question “there are no APMCs and mandis in Kerala. So, why are there no protests in Kerala? Why don't they start a movement there?”

Reinstate Goods Train Services to Punjab: AIKS

THE discussion on November 13, between the representatives of the 29 farmers organisations of Punjab who are in continuous agitation for the last two months with the agriculture minister Narendra Singh Tomar and railway minister Piyush Goyal ended inconclusively due to the adamant stand of the Modi government.  In addition to the national demands of repeal the three Farm Acts and Electricity Bill, the kisan leaders demanded immediate reinstatement of the goods train services to Punjab, permanent solution to the issue of stubble burning and payment of dues to the sugarcane farmers.

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